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SubUrbia: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
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SONIC YOUTH IS all over this soundtrack (three tracks, plus one off of Thurston Moore's solo album) of the film based on Eric Bogosian's play. Bebe's Song" and "Sunday" are two of the cooler tracks SY have ever done - this version of "Sunday" predates its eventual appearance on their most recent effort, A Thousand Leaves.

Crime + Punishment in Suburbia (Original United Artists Motion Picture Soundtrack). Released August 22, 2000. Crime + Punishment in Suburbia (Original United Artists Motion Picture Soundtrack) Tracklist. 1. Trailer Trash by Modest Mouse Lyrics. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Soundtrack From & Inspired by the Motion Picture). Show all albums by Various Artists. Crime + Punishment in Suburbia (Original United Artists Motion Picture Soundtrack).

Disturbia: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is a soundtrack to the film of the same name directed by D. J. Caruso. It was released on March 4, 2007 in the United States and Canada by Lakeshore Records.

Album · 2010 · 10 Songs. Blending equal parts Moulin Rouge-style pizzazz and neo-soul à la Amy Winehouse, a larger-than-life cover of Etta James’ Something’s Got a Hold On Me sets the tone with Aguilera’s voice breaking in all the right spots under a pounding parlor piano and hard shuffling rhythms.

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. A page for movie soundtracks lovers.

Various Artists Album : The Star – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Genero: Soundtrack, Contemporary, Pop Año: 2017 Formato: Mp3, 320 kbps Tamaño: 10. 5 Mb TEMAS EN ESTE ALBUM: 01. The Star – Mariah Carey 02. Children Go Where I Send You – Kelsea Ballerini 03. We Three Kings – Kirk Franklin 04. Can Genre: Album 2017, MP3, Pop, Soundtrack. Tags: 2017, A Great Big World, Album 2017, Casting Crowns, CD 2017, Contemporary, Jake Owen, Kelsea Ballerini, Kirk Franklin, Mariah Carey, Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Pentatonix, Pop, Saving Forever, Soundtrack, The Star, Yolanda Adams, Zara.

Tracklist

Elastica With Stephen Malkmus Unheard Music 2:50
Sonic Youth Bee-Bee's Song 4:43
Girls Against Boys Bullet Proof Cupid 4:52
Beck Feather In Your Cap 3:45
U.N.K.L.E.* Berry Meditation 7:33
Boss Hog I'm Not Like Everybody Else 3:31
Skinny Puppy Cult 3:04
Superchunk Does Your Hometown Care? 4:16
Sonic Youth Sunday 7:56
Butthole Surfers Human Cannonball 3:48
Sonic Youth Tabla In Suburbia 2:16
The Flaming Lips Hot Day 1:39
Thurston Moore Psychic Hearts 3:57
Gene Pitney Town Without Pity 2:54

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GED 25121 Various SubUrbia: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ‎(CD, Comp) Geffen Records GED 25121 Europe 1997
DGCD-25121 Various SubUrbia Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ‎(CD, Comp) DGC DGCD-25121 US 1997
DGCC-25121 Various SubUrbia Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ‎(Cass, Comp) DGC DGCC-25121 US 1997
DGCSD-25121 Various SubUrbia: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ‎(CD, Album, Comp) Geffen Records DGCSD-25121 Canada 1997
MVCG-223(GEFD-25121) Various SubUrbia: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ‎(CD, Comp) Geffen Records MVCG-223(GEFD-25121) Japan 1997
DGCD-A-25121 Various SubUrbia: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ‎(CD, Comp, Promo) DGC DGCD-A-25121 US 1997
  • Good 90s film. Good poster art. Anyone who went to the video store religiously in the 90s and rented independent films most likely saw this film. It is still aired on TV sometimes. Viceland recently aired it. Empire Records and That Thing You Do! are two more music movies that came out in the 1990s that were big in their time and are worth watching. Empire Records is about a record store and That Thing You Do! is about a 1960s garage band.

  • SONIC YOUTH IS all over this soundtrack (three tracks, plus one off of Thurston Moore's solo album) of the film based on Eric Bogosian's play. "Bebe's Song" and "Sunday" are two of the cooler tracks SY have ever done -- this version of "Sunday" predates its eventual appearance on their most recent effort, A Thousand Leaves. It's got everything you'd expect -- pulsing rhythms, Thurston's mild vocals, and a chaotic, dissonant instrumental bridge in the middle. But as good as the SY tracks are, the contributions from other artists are just as solid.Pavement's Stephen Malkmus hooks up with Elastica on a rollicking cover of X's "The Unheard Music." While Justine Frischmann is effective as an Exene surrogate, the rest of her band proves capable of little more than competent chording. Meanwhile, Malkmus steals the show with his guitar flights of fancy, being distinctive while admirably refraining from copying the very distinctive phrase Billy Zoom added to the end of each line of verse in the original. And as always, Malkmus the vocalizer is front and center, replacing the weariness of the original with absolute exuberance -- especially when he yelps "...on the car radi-o-o-o!" A keeper -- everything a cover tune should be.Other highlights include: the throbbing decadence of Girls Against Boys; Boss Hog doing a bizarre cover of the Kinks' "I'm Not Like Everybody Else" (bouncy, organ-fueled new wave in the verses, riot grrrl punk in the choruses); Beck (typically) throwing us for a loop, playing a shambling acoustic country tune ("Feather In Your Cap") in the midst of this otherwise-very-eclectic album; and Superchunk contributing a new song ("Does Your Hometown Care?") which neatly fits the theme of the film while offering the bounciest pop I've ever heard from them.And lastly, amidst all this indie rock, this album's compilers had the wisdom to include Gene Pitney's swinging, early 60's "A Town Without Pity." The song plays during the film's opening credits, as the camera pans across scenes of the soulless, anonymous suburban town in which the film takes place. The odd juxtaposition of this torchy song with images of drab, beige suburbia is unsettling, providing an excellent intro to this unsettling film.